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Sabrent USB 3.0 to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter - £8.99 (Prime) £12.98 (Non Prime) @ Sold by Store4PC-Europe and Fulfilled by Amazon
Sabrent USB 3.0 to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter - £8.99 (Prime) £12.98 (Non Prime) @ Sold by Store4PC-Europe and Fulfilled by Amazon

Sabrent USB 3.0 to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter - £8.99 (Prime) £12.98 (Non Prime) @ Sold by Store4PC-Europe and Fulfilled by Amazon

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£2 more than the lightning deal posted 6 months ago (this is not a lightning deal), but is still cheap for the new cable.

Useful bit of kit, and its at a cheap price again on Amazon.

Deal for those without time machines.

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Excellent manufacturer
I have an active USB3.0 repeater from them (the only one on the market that seems to work with Kinect), as well as the adapter in this deal (albeit USB3.1 "gen 2" to SATA). I think I bought it on a lightning deal.

I hooked it up to my USB3.1 port on my mobo and to a samsung 850 pro, and DAAAAAM* it's fast. Best USB-to-SATA adapter I've ever used. Highly recommend.

Edited by: "robodan918" 17th Jul

What's the chip in these, a JMS567? If so they're capable of pretty much maxing out USB 3

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robodan918

Excellent manufacturerI have an active USB3.0 repeater from them (the … Excellent manufacturerI have an active USB3.0 repeater from them (the only one on the market that seems to work with Kinect), as well as the adapter in this deal (albeit USB3.1 "gen 2" to SATA). I think I bought it on a lightning deal.I hooked it up to my USB3.1 port on my mobo and to a samsung 850 pro, and DAAAAAM* it's fast. Best USB-to-SATA adapter I've ever used. Highly recommend.



I bought them from the lightning deal aswell (2 in fact). Literally they are infinitely useful when upgrading your drive, better than any caddie, without the faff. I honestly can't say enough about them, shame they don't work with 3.5'' drives (for obvious power reasons).

CampGareth

What's the chip in these, a JMS567? If so they're capable of pretty much … What's the chip in these, a JMS567? If so they're capable of pretty much maxing out USB 3


Don't know but they have UASP and I got something near the max theoretical transfer speed (SATA 6Gb/s) on my USB 3.1 adapter. Funny that SATA is now the limiting factor on transfer speeds. The NAND flash is (or can be) faster, as is the USB3.1 interface (even with with overhead of USB)

Also consider £1 cheaper £7.99 dlvd Prime alternative by CSL that permits use with power-hungry 3.5" devices via facility to add external power supply, still retains UASP etc amazon.co.uk/CSL…O9E
Think the power connector is 3.5/1.35mm.
Edited by: "AndyRoyd" 17th Jul

CampGareth12 h, 39 m ago

What's the chip in these, a JMS567? If so they're capable of pretty much …What's the chip in these, a JMS567? If so they're capable of pretty much maxing out USB 3


JM​4102
Edited by: "know1" 17th Jul

AndyRoyd

Also consider £1 cheaper £7.99 dlvd Prime alternative by CSL that permits … Also consider £1 cheaper £7.99 dlvd Prime alternative by CSL that permits use with power-hungry 3.5" devices via facility to add external power supply, still retains UASP etc https://www.amazon.co.uk/CSL-Adapter-converter-Attached-Protocol/dp/B015N5JO9EThink the power connector is 3.5/1.35mm.



Nice find.

Literally they are infinitely useful when upgrading your drive, better … Literally they are infinitely useful when upgrading your drive, better than any caddie, without the faff. I honestly can't say enough about them, shame they don't work with 3.5'' drives (for obvious power reasons).


I need a LOL .
Shows as 8.99 non-prime for me

Edited by: "GwanGy" 18th Jul

I bought this last year, been working great. I'm currently using it was a 120GB SSD.

would this power my blu ray drive? I have a case that doesnt have a blu ray drive and ive got the wire hanging out the front of my case

Had one. It worked great two times then after that went dog slow. Tried on two Win7 systems.

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encaser13 h, 0 m ago

Had one. It worked great two times then after that went dog slow. Tried on …Had one. It worked great two times then after that went dog slow. Tried on two Win7 systems.


I hope you returned it, there's over 500 positive reviews for the cable. Yours was probably damaged/2nd hand, or the problem was with the drive itself.

I've had mine constantly on, and its still as good as when I bought it last December.
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